Eureka High School understands that one of the keys to ensuring the best educational experience possible for our students and families is great communication. Remember all the ways we work to keep you updated on what’s happening at school.
Check out the new Eureka High School eBackpack, where you can find all of the latest information online at your convenience: events, school announcements, news from the principal and more.
Daily Announcements: View the same daily announcements provided to our students, teachers and staff members on the eBackpack.
Community Resource Center: This new webpage allows parents and students to see community news and information from non-district administered programs and services.
Principal Blogs: Join principals in conversation by responding to discussion questions and reading about class events and activities at EHS.
Teacher Websites: To help build upon learning, teachers share important information about what’s going on in the classroom.
Rockwood Website: Learn about district-wide programs and resources for students, parents, community and staff.
AlertNow Messages: Phone or Email: Parents will receive important information - such as emergency notifications, school closings due to inclement weather, and other school news.
Athletics and Activities: Know what opportunities are available to help your student through the extra-curricular world of EHS. There is something for everyone!
Infinite Campus: If you haven’t signed up for the online teacher gradebook, now is the time. This is a vital communication tool to help you guide your teen towards accountability and good study habits.
PTO Communication: Our Parent Teacher Organization keeps parents in the loop through the PTO page on our school website.
The Rockwood App: Stay connected to the latest school news and events on the eBackpack using the Rockwood app for smart phones.
RSS Feeds: Do you want to be notified whenever a news story, announcement or calendar posting is added to your school site? Find out how with Rockwood RSS Feeds.
Communication Protocols: Learn about the communication guidelines that allow us to serve our students and families.
Questions? Contact us by phone at 636-733-3100 or stop by the school office for more information.